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What is a resolution?
a) The official expression of opinion of a group. b) To cancel an act or law c) An introduction of an official document. d) to disregard or go against.
Which of the following is a definition of effigy?
a) To disregard of go against. b) A mocking figure representing an unpopular individual. c) Incoming money from taxes or other sources. d) to refuse to buy items in order to show disapproval.
What is a boycott?
a) Incoming money from taxes or other sources. b) Rank or place as compared to others. c) A discussion of opposing points of view. d) to refuse to buy items in order to show disapproval.
What does repeal mean?
a) A discussion of opposing points of view. b) An American colonist who favored Independence. c) To cancel an act or law. d) An American colonist who remained loyal to England.
What does the word rebellion mean?
a) Open defiance of authority. b) Ideas or information intentionally spread to harm or help a cause. c) To move into and take control of a place. d) An official expression of opinion of a group.
Define the word violate.
a) The introduction to a formal document. b) Rank or place compared to others. c) The ability to follow strict orders. d) to disregard or go against.
What is propaganda?
a) Ideas or information intentionally spread to harm or help a cause. b) An organization that spread political ideas and information through the colonies. c) An American colonist that favored independence. d) An American colonist that remained loyal to England.
What does the term occupy mean?
a) Open defiance of authority. b) To refuse to buy items in order to show disapproval. c) A mocking figure representing an unpopular individual. d) To move into and take over a place.
What was the Committee of Correspondence?
a) An organization that spread political ideas and information through the colonies. b) Ideas or information intentionally spread to harm or help a cause. c) The introduction to a formal document. d) A discussion of opposing points of view.
What is a minuteman?
a) An American colonist who stayed loyal to England. b) A citizen sworn to be ready to fight in a minute's notice. c) An American colonist who favored independence. d) To draw near to something.
What is a loyalist?
a) An American colonist who stayed loyal to England. b) A citizen sworn to be ready to fight in a minute's notice. c) An American colonist who favored independence. d) To draw near to something.
What is a Patriot?
a) To draw near to something. b) An American colonist who stayed loyal to England. c) A citizen sworn to be ready to fight in a minute's notice. d) An American colonist who favored independence.
What is a petition?
a) An introduction to a formal document. b) A formal request. c) A discussion of opposing points of view. d) The ability to follow strict orders.
What is a preamble?
a) A introduction to a formal document. b) Rank or place as compared to others. c) The ability to follow strict orders. d) A discussion of opposing points of view.
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